Can you get a job that involves serving alcohol if you're not old enough to drink it?
For example, like a bartender or a waiter/waitress; would you need to be 21 (or whatever the age requirement in that jurisdiction) in order to perform those job responsibilities?
Asked By: Big Sky 23 - 4/19/2008
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In California, the law against an underage person selling or possessing alcohol is so strict that a grocery store clerk has to call a manager to finish the transaction if an adult customer tries to pay for alcohol. The underage person cannot even waive a sealed bottle over the bar code scanner, much less pour alcohol... More
Answered By: StephenWeinstein - 4/19/2008
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i think you only have to be 18. but im not completely sure.
Answered By: mrs.eltonjohn - 4/19/2008
No you can not, here in Australia even if you are adult you cant work in such job until you do a short course to obtain RSA "responsible service of alcohol".
Answered By: arthur b - 4/19/2008
As far as I know everywhere in the US you have to be atleast 18, some places 21 to serve alcohol.
Answered By: midnightmoon62 - 4/19/2008
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